A promotion-chasing club has rescheduled its upcoming match this weekend in respect of Mamelodi Sundowns’ CAF Champions League clash.
Sundowns will take on Egyptian giants Al Ahly on Saturday in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final match, with the Chloorkop outfit having lost to the North Africans 2-0 in the first leg last weekend.
Read: Pirates’ JZ Figured Out?
In showing their seriousness about the game, the Egyptian giants have been in Mzansi since early this week to prepare for the clash taking place at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville.
Meanwhile, ambitious second tier league Tshwane-based club JDR Stars confirmed that they have moved their game against Steenberg United to Sunday in order to allow their supporters to go and support Sundowns against Al Ahly first.
“We moved our game to Sunday so that we can allow our supporters and soccer loving people to go and support Masandawana,” confirmed the GladAfrica Championship outfit on the club’s Twitter account.
JDR are 6th on the second tier league log with eight matches remaining for the campaign.